Becoming East German : Socialist Structures and Sensibilities after Hitler
By: Fulbrook, Mary.
Contributor(s): Port , Andrew I.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Spektrum: Publications of the German Studies Association: Publisher: New York : Berghahn Books, 2013Description: 1 online resource (313 p.).ISBN: 9780857459756.Subject(s): Germany (East) -- Cultural policy | Germany (East) -- Social conditions | Germany (East) -- Social policy | Medical policy -- Germany (East) | Public health -- Germany (East) | Socialism -- Germany (East) -- History | Socialism and culture -- Germany (East)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Becoming East German : Socialist Structures and Sensibilities after HitlerDDC classification: 943.10874 | 943/.10874 LOC classification: DD283Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Contents; Preface; Abbreviations; Introduction - The Banalities of East German Historiography; Part I - Memory and Identity after Nazism; Chapter 1 - East Germans in a Post-Nazi State: Communities of Experience, Connection, and Identification; Chapter 2 - Divisive Unity: The Politics of Cultural Nationalism during the First German Writers' Congress of October 1947; Chapter 3 - Communicating History: The Archived Letters of Greta Kuckhoff and Memories of the ""Red Orchestra""; Chapter 4 - Remembered Change and Changes of Remembrance: East German Narratives of Anti-fascist Conversion
Part II - Health, Food, and Embodied CitizensChapter 5 - Perceptions of Health after World War II: Heart Disease and Risk Factors in East and West Germany, 1945-75; Chapter 6 - Socialism Fights the Proletarian Disease: East German Efforts to Overcome Tuberculosis in a Cold War Context; Chapter 7 - The Slim Imperative: Discourses and Cultures of Dieting in the German Democratic Republic, 1949-90; Chapter 8 - Luxury Dining in the Later Years of the German Democratic Republic; Part III - Constraints and Conformity: Friends, Foes, and Disciplinary Practices
Chapter 9 - Predispositions and the Paradox of Working-Class Behavior in Nazi Germany and the German Democratic RepublicChapter 10 - Israel as Friend and Foe: Shaping East German Society through Freund- and Feindbilder; Chapter 11 - Humiliation as a Weapon within the Party: Fictional and Personal Accounts; Chapter 12 - Playing the Game: Football and Everyday Life in the Honecker Era; Conclusion: Structures and Subjectivities in GDR History; Contributors; Index
For roughly the first decade after the demise of the GDR, professional and popular interpretations of East German history concentrated primarily on forms of power and repression, as well as on dissent and resistance to communist rule. Socio-cultural approaches have increasingly shown that a single-minded emphasis on repression and coercion fails to address a number of important historical issues, including those related to the subjective experiences of those who lived under communist regimes. With that in mind, the essays in this volume explore significant physical and psychological aspects
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